Flight 93 National Memorial

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Flight 93 National Memorial

Address:National Park Service
109 W Main St, Suite 104
Somerset, PA 15501

Phone:814-443-4557
Fax:814-443-2180
Web: www.flight93memorialproject.org
Size: 2,262 acres.
Established: Authorized as a national memorial on September 24, 2002; General Management Plan written and reviewed during the summer of 2006.
Location:Memorial to be built in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
Special Features:Memorial will honor the 40 passengers and crew members of Flight 93 who lost their lives in a struggle with hijackers who had overtaken the plane on the morning of September 11th, 1991.

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BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-May 13, 2016-S&T Bank to plant trees at Flight 93 memorial
Recent projects include the 9/11 Memorial in New York and the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, PA.
Flight 93 Memorial superintendent Jeff Reinbold said that URS plans to subcontract with western Pennsylvania firms for much of the work.
Tales of the passengers' heroism -- culled from transcripts of their in-flight phone calls -- fill every Flight 93 memorial found in the small town, from a chapel dedicated to the 40 men and women to the memorial at the crash site.
Compared to some other national memorials, the methodical process for the Flight 93 memorial isn't out of the ordinary, according to King Laughlin, vice president of the Flight 93 National Memorial Campaign for the National Park Foundation.
Linenthal, who serves on the federal advisory committee for the Flight 93 memorial in Shanksville, Pa.
Flight 93 memorial to feature wind chimes, maple trees.
She stands watch over the Flight 93 memorial in this old strip-mining field like a mother cat watches over her kittens.
Pittsburgh will hold a moment of silence, prayer service and fund-raising concert featuring Mahler's "Resurrection" by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra that will benefit the Somerset County Flight 93 Memorial Fund.
After more than 10 months of planning and preparation, the reforestation of the Flight 93 Memorial grounds began on April 20, 2012 with an army of volunteers and partners planting thousands of trees.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 11, 2013-Flight attendant union coalition launches Flight 93 memorial fundraising effort(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
2 million to the National Park Service (NPS) to complete road work that provides access to the Flight 93 Memorial for 9/11 victims in Shanksville, Pa.